CPAP Alternatives

Sick and tired of your current sleep apnea solution? Sleep Cycle Centers has a solution for you!

Non-Invasive Sleep Apnea Treatment

Don’t let your CPAP intolerance hold you back from treating your obstructive sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea may mean a range of unpleasant symptoms, including snoring, restless sleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness.

Oral Appliances, or Sleep Apnea Mouth Guards, provide patients with a comfortable and wireless treatment option for their obstructive sleep apnea.

Sleep Cycle Centers’ Dr. Chadwick Denman is a pioneer in the field of Sleep Apnea Dentistry and has spent his career finding the most effective methods for treating sleep apnea. A consultation and oral appliance treatment plan is aimed at increasing your quality of life.

These small, portable, devices work by relieving airway pressure for patients suffering from sleep apnea and snoring. Custom fit specifically to your dental specifications, each device is fitted for comfort and effectiveness.

Because Oral Appliances are fitted and portable, they are over 90% more accepted as a long-term sleep apnea treatment compared to traditional CPAP therapy.


3 Steps to Treatment!


Free Consultation

Fill out the Sleep Cycle Center sleep apnea assessment form and our team will call you with your results.

Home Sleep Test

Take a comprehensive sleep test using a comfortable device in the comfort of your own home!

Get Treated

The Sleep Cycle Center team will fit you with a custom and comfortable oral device to be worn while sleeping.

Insurance Approved!

Why Sleep Cycle Center Patients Love Their Device

FDA Approved


Quiet & Comfortable

Cost Effective

How Does It Work?

 Sleep Apnea mouthpieces work by moving the jaw forward to open the blocked airways causing mild to moderate sleep apnea. In some cases this is paired with a tongue suppression feature that keeps the tongue from falling to the back of the mouth and blocking airways as well. By clearing these airways, air flows smoothly and patients enjoy better sleep and less snoring.

Fit is dependent on the model. Many fit over the teeth similar to a sports mouth guard and are molded by a sleep apnea dentist to create a comfortable, custom fit. Sleep Cycle Center is proud to offer multiple models that can be fitted to best treat each patient.

It’s important to work closely with a healthcare professional when considering an oral device for sleep apnea. A dentist or orthodontist can evaluate the individual’s dental and medical history to determine whether an oral device is a suitable treatment option. They can also provide guidance on selecting the right type of device and ensuring a proper fit.

Overall, oral devices can be a useful tool for managing sleep apnea. They are generally well-tolerated, easy to use, and can be effective for reducing snoring and improving sleep quality. However, they are not a one-size-fits-all solution, and it’s important to work with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of treatment for each individual.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our team is here to educate you on the risks of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, the benefits of Oral Device Therapy, and help you get the rest you deserve.

Is My Appliance Covered by Insurance?

An oral appliance with Sleep Cycle Center is covered by most medical insurances! We accept Medicare, TriCare, and most common medical insurances.

Is an Oral Device as Effective as a CPAP?

Yes! Oral devices are an effective treatment for mild to moderate sleep apnea, and even sometimes severe obstructive sleep apnea. Most importantly, oral devices have a much higher adoption rate – meaning longer-term care and continued use.

How Long Does an Oral Appliance Last?

With consistent and continual wear an oral device should last 2-5 years.

How Often Do I Have to See the Dentist?

Initial consultations are monthly for adjustments to the device for your comfort and to measure success of the therapy. Once a consistent baseline is reached, visits are only twice a year!

See if You Qualify For an Oral Appliance